A member asked:

Inclosed brain injury to the right side and what damage can be done from it?

A doctor has provided 1 answer

Most of the time: None as the brain is protected. If the injury is strong enough there can be concussion, bleeding in or around the brain, with countercoup to the other side, and there can be a skull fracture and air can get in causing pressure. Have it examined, proper tests done and discuss it with your doctor and tell all your symptoms.

Answered 2/16/2014



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